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Live from the Great Divide

Not so much live but here’s a little video sample/test post of what I’ve been riding for the past week, from Banff, Alberta south, through the Kananaskis Valley into British Columbia’s Flathead and Wigwam River valleys before descending Galton Pass back into the US of A.

I have a full post on the way, highlighting my first week on the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. So far the riding has been a spectacular mix of fire roads through quiet river valleys and over mountainous passes with the occasional stretch of singletrack, and a vertical, muddy, 1/2-mile hike-a-bike thrown in for good measure. I’ve been blown away by the quality of riding and hear it only gets better!

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5 thoughts on “Live from the Great Divide

  1. Beautiful!!!

    Posted by Judi Costa | August 12, 2011, 5:59 pm
  2. that looks incredible. and check out that beard!!!

    Posted by Erin Barr | August 13, 2011, 10:48 am
  3. Greg, too bad you don’t have any better scenery to look at.

    Posted by Dorie | August 14, 2011, 8:48 am
  4. Greg, great video, sounds like you took my advice & clipped playing cards to rattle on your spokes. Helps keep the bears away. Then you can use the cards at nite to entertain yourself. Looks like you’ve gone from wonderful scenery to marvelous

    Posted by Dick | August 15, 2011, 5:50 pm
  5. Great stuff Greg! You are an inspiration. I can’t believe how much ground you have covered so far. Thanks for updating the posts. The scenery is spectacular, and it looks like it is about to get even better.

    Posted by Teke Kelley | August 16, 2011, 12:29 pm

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